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In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (Dr. B.) all about microbiome, fermented foods, the fiber paradox and histamine. IT’s always fun talking with Dr. B as he is a wealth of information. One might even say his episodes and full of shit..but we would not want to give you the wrong impression. We talked about how dog kisses and human kisses can help your microbiome. We then get into new research on fermented foods. And see where kombucha is on the list. And we finally got to the topic as planned of histamine. You’re going to want to listen to this closely and take notes as there is some great info here. And Find out what is the superfood for histamine reaction. Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (or "Dr. B") is an award winning gastroenterologist, internationally recognized gut health expert and the New York Times-bestselling author of Fiber Fueled and The Fiber Fueled Cookbook. He sits on the Scientific Advisory Board of ZOE, has authored more than twenty articles published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, has given more than forty presentations at national meetings, presented to Congress and the USDA, and has taught over 10,000 students how to heal and optimize their gut health. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina with his wife and children. In this episode we discuss: Dogs and gut microbiome Microbiome and relationships CRH Gut held hostage Stress management Microbiome and getting back into public New research in fermentation Fermented foods Kombucha yay or nay Histamine DAO Pea sprouts and other legumes Fiber paradox